Author Rich Stile at 3:37 AM
The Goonies was released almost 30 years ago and to this day still sends many a children on fictional treasure hunts (ala' The Goldbergs). And still 30 years later the original cast and director is chanting the montra of "Goonies never say die". According to the director of the original film, Richard Donner says a sequel has been a possibility for some time, but only now, with interest expressed from the original cast, like Sean Astin, Josh Brolin, and Corey Feldman, does a Goonies 2 seem more likely.
Author Rich Stile at 12:45 AM
Finally, we have the latest episode of MM up and it is a great discussion show. John is of course the host,but joining him to co-host the show is the greatest personality to ever grace the audible hemisphere,the king of all content,the one and only Rich Stile (yea,I'm doing the write up.). Last but not least we have Dave Anders Jr from Devour the Podcast.
What we have here is the ABILITY TO COMMUNICATE! On this episode of RIR I'm joined by 22 Shots of Moodz and Horror co-host JP (double shot J). He brings his impressive horror knowledge to the table as we breakdown everything and anything you can think of. This is one for the ages folks and it's going in my book of best horror conversation ever.
Wolf Creek 2 (Review)
If I thought part one was okay,then thank the Horror Gods they made a sequel! This is going to go down as a classic,rarely does a sequel put the original to shame but this one does. From the coolest opening scene I have seen in years to a cat and mouse game that can only be described as Duel on steroids,this movie has it all.
Remember that crazy movie with Macaulay Culkin and Seth Green called Party Monster? Well,the movie is based on the actual events in the life of Michael Alig (If you haven't seen the movie I recommend you check it out,especially if you have a love of out there movies) and he is getting out of prison.
Author Rich Stile at 8:41 PM
Matt Farnsworth has taken the horror world by storm. His latest creation The Orphan Killer has been a huge indie success and has went viral by way of Facebook. I had the chance to speak with Mr. Farnsworth about TOK and what it took to get the film made. Here is ten questions and answers that every horror fan should know.
The child of Seth Brundle and Veronica Quaife is now part of an experiment. Aging quickly and succumbing to his father’s fate, Martin (Eric Stoltz) is living science community under the assumption that the scientists are trying to save his life. With the project’s owner Anton Bartok (Lee Richardson) pretending to be his substitute father, the scientists are waiting for the Brundlefly to come out of Martin. When Martin learns that the scientists don’t have his best interests in mind, he decides to solve his father’s transportation pod problem before he is killed. With the help of his girlfriend Beth (Daphne Zuniga), Martin is in a race against time to save himself.
Author Rich Stile at 8:42 PM
Making Blue Mountain State was one of the greatest experiences of my life. If you had fun watching it, believe me, we had just as much fun making it. When the show was canceled unexpectedly in 2012, after only three seasons on the air, I felt cheated. For you and for us. College is supposed to be four years. We needed four seasons to complete the show. Since the day of our cancellation, we’ve been trying to figure out a way to make a BMS movie. “We” being myself, my co-creator Romanski, and our amazing cast lead by Alan Ritchson, who played Thad Castle on the show.
Author Rich Stile at 1:35 PM